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to ask dennis signs of urs to come up and speak a little bit to the rba process. dennis is with the urs corporation and has 30 years of experience in anti-terrorism force protection and physical security. specializes in vunerbility threat and risk assessments and counter terrorism measures. for both state, federal, local, and international clients for rail, subway, bus, tunnel, bridge and air transportation facilities. so with that, i will turn it over to dennis to talk more about the rba. >> before dennis comes up i am looking at the length of the presentation, some of it was presented to the board in terms of why we, or the staff believes that this terminal is an important site for the additional security protections. so i would like you to go through it still, but if we could condense it down and abbreviate it and leave it open for questions from board members that would be great. >> so thank you for having me, today. i want to talk a little bit about the pedigree. to conduct, project of this scale, scope and complexity, it is a pretty big project. urs is a recognized security consul
on consent items. i have one speaker signed up. president dennis kelly of united educators would like to speak to item b 5. >> thank you very much. it's a pleasure to be at the same microphone where your honored all the national board certified teachers and again, just more congratulations to them for all their work. item 2 e is your positive certification for your finances. there's a line that talks about your positive certification going into the future because you're going to be able to maintain reductions. we are curious about those reductions that you see. we are very pleased that there's the positive certification and that we expect the positive certification now with the passage of prop 30 to continue out for at least the next several years. it means to me that we probably don't need to have things like lay offs, probably don't need to have things like furlough days. and with any luck, we'll be able to get away from the hideousness of the kind of non reelections that people go through. and let me just mention for a moment why non reelections are so harmful and hurtful to
in support of dennis kinkle's application for a seat on the reentry council. i have known dennis now for over a year. since he came into the soma one stop and became a participant in the reentry navigator program, during that year i have seen him evolve. he has achieved his ged in less than three months. he was hired as a transitional employee and then based on his exemplary work was hired as a permanent employee at good will. he completed a warehouse training program and now has been invited back to speak to current students to provide them with insight about his experience and his advice back to his employer good will and [speaker not understood], but, one, volunteering his artistic abilitieses, his time and materials to paint holiday decorations at good will, which gave him a chance to find employment. and he has volunteered to be a speaker in speaker's bureau [speaker not understood] council subcommittee is working to form. i've learned a lot from him. he is experienced reentering several communities and is always willing to share his thoughts what works and what doesn't and i think he wo
, there will be no confusion about who is speaking next. calling names ron miguel, dennis moskovian, my apologies, lori lineman, eric brooks, michael raisin, danny campbell, and howard wong. >>> commissioners, ron miguel. i'd like to thank the supervisor for the outreach made. i was at attendance at a number of the meetings. it was outreached to a large variety of both supporters and those in opposition and those who were before you when this subject came up to you before. i think it was thorough. i think it was well attended. and i think it was well listened to, particularly as the supervisor just told you, there have been at least 34 changes since it was originally involved. i have been reading legislation of one type or another since the late '50s when i was a lobbyist in sacramento. and then involved in c-e-q-a and nepa situations, 16 years as president of par, and been with the housing action coalition and, of course, when i was on the other side of the podium. one of the problems is clarity and certainty, and no one knows particularly when it deals with cad x's and negative declarations where that certai
as well. i wanted to thank dennis kelly from the teachers union and linda plaque who i believe are here that stand behind our math teachers in the school district as well. she also helped to organize the expanding your horizons conference which is an outreach program designed to meet the potential needs of young female students in career field, predominantly performed by men through hands on experience. she creates programs. she shows through example and she nurtures and supports her students. overall her work has boosted the confidence, nurtured and actively supported young women in academics and to be a productive force and a better future for many. i'll lastly conclude by saying there is a digital divide that really plagues many low-income communities. there is also a gender divide as well in math and sciences and we need our champions like gail [speaker not understood] to continue their work. and i just wanted to honor you for your over 40 years at washington high school. so, thank you so much and can we have a hand for ms. barrett. thank you. (applause) >> thank you very much, supe
you commissioners. i'm dennis mckenzie. i'm working on educational proposals for 25 years and teaching public high school for the last 12 years. i provide you with a copy of my update for my request for the request for warriors. as you know from the previous material i have provided to the warriors and all the officials in san francisco for the last year by now i'm hopeful that this initial proposal could be implemented so that eventually another component that you receive deals with the developing cross cultural exchange programs for a number of countries but for sure the americas can begin with mexico and central america where i have been communicating with different elders and council in general and guatemala of providing a small classroom to bring students and schools and different officials people around this country to meet our students in this arena and learn how to facility can operate for the benefit of all our kids and students and also different states across the country and using that as a model for the cross cultural program as well. i wish everyone well and i believe that
4:00. >> thank you very much. i have no further questions. >> thank you. >>> okay. >> is dennis kinkle here? >>> hi, how are you? as you well know, i have a term or multiple terms, quite a few of them actually. [speaker not understood]. i'm from sacramento. when i got placed here, i didn't know anybody, i didn't know anything. i've learned of opportunities that san francisco has and taking full advantage of them. i've came a long ways because of the resourcing that you guys have and i believe that i could help other people that are coming out of this system and bring something worth to what you guys have brought to me to them. because it is possible. that's what it's all about for me, helping somebody that's been -- i've been in prison after prison, federal, you know what i mean? so, if i could do it, anybody can. they just got to know how and they don't know how, and i do, i believe i can help other people to learn how and take the right steps to, to turn their life around. >> okay. are you finished? >>> yes. >> great. supervisor cohen? >> how do you help people now? >>> right
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